Jan. 18–Feb. 15

By Christine Tarlecki
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National Fresh Squeezed Juice Week
January 18–25
Juice up your week with 80% more nutrients than the bottled stuff. Go on: Get your squeeze on!

National Nurse Anesthetists Week!
January 24–30

Celebrated each year during the last full week of January, National Nurse Anesthetists Week is a time to honor CRNAs everywhere! Get some ideas at www.aana.com.

is American Heart Month!
Visit www.americanheart.org To read the latest report from the American Heart Association.

FEBRUARY is Black History Month!
And, on Feb. 4, take time to celebrate the birth of Rosa Parks, who, on Dec. 1, 1955, refused to give up her seat in the front of a bus in Montgomery, Ala. This action was the catalyst for a Supreme Court ruling in 1956 that banned segregation on any of the city’s public transit vehicles. Visit www.history.com/content/blackhistory for an interactive compilation of features, milestones, maps and facts about this celebratory month!

January 21–23
CNL Summit
Town and Country Resort & Convention Center
San Diego, CA
Ph: 202.463.6930
Web: www.aacn.nche.edu

The 2010 CNL® Summit is presented by the American Association of
Colleges of Nursing in partnership with the Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Nursing Services. This year’s theme emphasizes health care
reform and the CNL role.

January 21–24
Scripps Conference
7th Annual Natural Supplements: An Evidence-Based Update

Paradise Point Resort
San Diego, CA
Ph: 858.652.5400
Email: med.edu@scrippshealth.org
Web: www.scripps.org/conferenceservices (Upcoming Courses)

Many Americans are self-prescribing and spending in excess of $20 billion annually on herbal and dietary supplements to address their health
concerns. This conference will give health care providers timely, evidence- based information that addresses the risks and benefits of supplements.

January 29–30
28th Annual Infectious Diseases Conference
Sponsored by the UC Davis Health System

Radisson Hotel
Sacramento, CA
Ph: 866.263.4338
Email: cmereg@ucdavis.edu
Web: www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/CME/conferences

The tuition for this conference includes Saturday continental breakfast, refreshment breaks, Saturday lunch, a syllabus and a certificate showing that you were in attendance.

February 6–7
4th Annual Autism/Asperger's Conference

Anaheim Convention Center
Anaheim, CA
Ph: 561.804.5516
Email: Mylien-autismconferences@gmail.com
Web: www.autismconferencesofamerica.com

This is the most comprehensive autism conference series in Southern California and is sponsored by Autism Conferences of America, which works with the Autism Research Institute to organize high-quality conferences across the country.

February 7–10
ACNL 32nd Annual Conference
Nurse Leadership: A Whole New World

Westin Mission Hills
Rancho Mirage, CA
Ph: 916.779.6949
Web: www.acnl.org

Nationally recognized presenters will address the many facets of nurse leadership, including public policy, patient safety, quality care, pay for performance, building healthy work environments and best practices.

February 11–14
CSNO 60th Annual State Conference

Renaissance Hollywood Hotel & Spa
Hollywood, CA
Ph: 602.265.8814 ext. 29
Email: CSNORegistration@cmiresources.com
Web: www.csno.org

The CSNO Annual Conference is your chance to connect with your colleagues, learn new tools and concepts, become fully aware of current issues and enrich your practice of school nursing.

Know of an event other nurses wouldn’t want to miss? Let us know! Email beth@workingnurse.com

This article is from workingnurse.com.

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